you liked killing these guys. did you ever figure that out? i mean, it is not a problem taking out someone who wants your people dead. that's not a problem at all. >> bill: a lot of people coming back from both afghanistan and iraq, a lot of service people, very, very well trained service people have a problem adjusting back here in the united states. did you have a any trouble coming back? >> i did in the beginning. the hardest part for me was getting out. i got cut from everything that i knew. you know, that lifestyle that i had been -- you know, i had been training for since i was a kid. and being around those guys and all of a sudden it's over with, tossed out into the civilian world which is not a bad thing. i mean, it's not that i'm not ignorant. i mean, can i figure things out. but when you go from a pace like that and then it kind of goes from 100 miles per hour to nothing, can you just kind of sit ig.n there with your head spinning trying to figure out, you know, what to do and where to do it.